Teams often struggle with design decisions when creating products and services. They focus quickly on scenarios and use-cases that can sometimes lead to designs that feel disjointed. Designing for cross-channel ecosystems, where customers engage through different channels at different times, typically exacerbates this.
Additionally, throughout the design process it’s not uncommon to encounter:
•A lack of stakeholder empathy for customers and their situations
•Difficulty focusing and communicating the future vision for a product or service
•Departments unaware of what each is doing and how it impacts the customer
Journey maps are a powerful tool in tackling these challenges. Using them to define a vision, a story of the ultimate experience you‘d like users to have across all of their interactions with your services, you can provide guidance in the design of a consistent, cohesive service, regardless of channels and touch points.
With journey maps your team can:
•Identify inconsistencies and rough patches in customers’ current experiences
•Build empathy for customers and identify opportunities to consider their lives and emotions when making design decisions
•Set a clear vision that is easily understood by stakeholders and team members and use it to discuss and analyze new design ideas
•Establish a strong foundation for prototyping and crafting an experience strategy
•Make design decisions that help ensure optimal experiences for customers across channels
DateOctober 26, 2012
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Boston , 02210
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